Rhodes is one of the liveliest islands in Greece with a varied nightlife composed of bouzouki clubs, Greek folk dance nights and dance clubs. The streets off Faliraki beach are home to many popular cafés, bars and clubs. Faliraki is a great place to party if you are looking for a youthful resort scene. There is also a casino next to Elli Beach for those who want to roll the dice. Old Town has a number of good entertainment venues including the Alexis Taverna, which has hosted Winston Churchill and Jackie Kennedy. The Son et Lumiere (Sound and Light) show at Palace of the Grand Masters is excellent, and to see traditional Greek dancing visit the Nelly Dimoglou Dance Theatre. Rhodes offers a variety of night time diversions ranging from the cultural to the purely hedonistic and there should be something for everybody on the island. If in doubt, find an atmospheric restaurant and enjoy a long, drawn-out supper, preferably with a lovely view and some locals to observe. Many of the bigger hotels have their own restaurants, bars and entertainment programmes and all the big resort areas offer entertainment aplenty.
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